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Fly from Jeddah to Ahmedabad with Etihad Airways

Book flights from Jeddah to Ahmedabad with Etihad and journey from the shores of the Red Sea to explore the largest city in India’s Gujarat state.

Discover the many historically significant sights in the city, including Sabarmati Ashram, one of the residences of Mahatma Gandhi. You can also take a trip to the awe-inspiring Adalaj Stepwell, an ancient structure built in an authentic Indian architectural style. Of course, no visit here would be complete without exploring the delights of Gujarati food.

JED to AMD: flight facts

Time difference +2.5 hours

Ahmedabad is two-and-a-half hours ahead of Jeddah all-year-round.

Flight distance 2,154 miles

The shortest flight from Jeddah (JED) to Ahmedabad (AMD), via Abu Dhabi (AUH) covers a distance of 2,154 miles (3,467 kilometres).

Your flight from Jeddah to Ahmedabad

A flight with Etihad to Ahmedabad begins at King Abdulaziz International Airport (JED) and will take you on a journey across western Asia and, briefly, the Arabian Gulf. You’ll land at Abu Dhabi International Airport (AUH) for a connection, or an extended stopover if you want to see this thrilling city.

You’ll continue onward above the Arabian Sea to land in Ahmedabad, at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Airport (AMD), in the heart of India’s Gujarat region.

*Aircraft, cabins and services may vary by route and flight. You can check this when you search for your flight. This page was last updated Sept 2019.

Flying from Jeddah to Ahmedabad: FAQs

What's the weather like in Ahmedabad?

Ahmedabad has a semi-arid climate, which has high temperatures throughout the year, particularly from April to June – the hottest months. Summer sees the most rainfall, with a peak of around 29cm falling in July. The winter months of November to January bring slightly milder conditions, perfect for exploring outdoors.

What food is Ahmedabad known for?

The food you’ll find in Ahmedabad is Gujarati, which is largely vegetarian, although meat and seafood are also available. A popular choice is a Gujarati thali, which is a collection of mini-meals including eggplant, lentil, vegetable and curry dishes.

Ahmedabad cuisine contains a mixture of different flavours, combining spice and salt with a sweet note from the addition of sugar or jaggery.

Top tips for Jeddah to Ahmedabad

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Discover stunning spiritual sites

Both Jeddah and Ahmedabad are home to truly remarkable religious and historical sites. Make sure you put Sidi Saiyyed Mosque on your agenda, located in the heart of the old walled city. Built in the 16th century, this mosque is perhaps best known for its intricate screen windows. There’s also Sabarmati Ashram to discover, best known as the former home of Mahatma Gandhi.

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Head to Kankaria Lake

If you’re visiting Ahmedabad with kids, take a trip to Kankaria Lake. This man-made lake, completed in the 15th century, rivals Jeddah’s Al-Shallal Theme Park for its range of amazing activities – from speedboat rides to a fun water park. In December, the lake hosts the colourful Kankaria Carnival – a week-long festival featuring music, light shows and creative workshops.

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